Charles Bukowski and Alan Watts on How to Live a Good Life
Watch behind-the-scenes documentary “I Drink, I Gamble and I Write: The Making of Barfly”
Charles Bukowski’s “something for the touts…” poem mashed up with Portishead’s “Glory Box.”
One of Charles Bukowski’s most famous poems gets the Minecraft video treatment.
Watch a time lapse video of an artist painting a portrait of Charles Bukowski using only sauce bottles.
“If you’re going to try, go all the way. Otherwise, don’t even start.”
Charles Bukowski and Mickey Rourke, who played his alter-ego Henry Chinaski in the film ‘Barfly,’ which Bukowski wrote, had a complicated relationship.
Bukowski and whiskey, a pretty obvious connection.
Bukowski once wrote a poem about a photograph of Hemingway drunk in the middle of the day, that he made the photographer promise not to share. It appears in this video.
Today would have been Charles Bukowski’s 93rd birthday. He was born on this day, August 16th, in 1920. Bukowski died in 1994, at the age of 73, leaving behind a massive body of work, including numerous short stories, columns, poetry and novels, not to mention a screenplay. There have been…
The best quotes from Charles Bukowski’s semi-autobiographical novel “Women.”
Stanhope appeared on Dr. Drew’s podcast, after criticizing him in his act for years, and asks, “How would you handle Bukowski?”